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1 hour ago, VakAttack said:

I believe it's antelope, as I recall from prior reading.

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Nope. My suggestion is, of course, a joke. But Antelopes is wrong. I am pretty sure I know the answer, but won't spoil it.

 

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Yes... Short for Antelope.  The speed goat of the prairie!  

Dominant performance from this group!

Screw Alberts..... He can fawwkkkk all the way off!

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1   Nebraska-Kearney, NE  Nebraska-Kearney, NE (GET) UNK 9 127.0
2   Central Oklahoma, OK  Central Oklahoma, OK (GET) UCO 8 86.0
3   West Liberty, WV  West Liberty, WV (GET) WLU 8 75.5
4   St. Cloud State, MN  St. Cloud State, MN (GET) SCSU 7 67.0
5   Adams State, CO  Adams State, CO (GET) ASU 3 65.0
6   Indianapolis, IN  Indianapolis, IN (GET) UINDY 7 48.5
7   Minnesota State, MN  Minnesota State Mankato, MN (GET) MSU 2 39.0
8   Colorado Mesa, CO  Colorado Mesa, CO (GET) CMU 5 31.0
9   McKendree, IL  McKendree, IL (GET) MCK 6 30.5
10   Gannon, PA  Gannon, PA (GET) GU 8

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1 hour ago, NJDan said:

True. So what can I say. They don't understand the meaning of their own word.

 

OK.  Technically it is a Pronghorn, which is not an antelope.  Fun fact - Cheetah fossils have been found in Wyoming, which explains the need for the incredible speed Pronghorns are capable of running.  

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49 minutes ago, Plasmodium said:

OK.  Technically it is a Pronghorn, which is not an antelope.  Fun fact - Cheetah fossils have been found in Wyoming, which explains the need for the incredible speed Pronghorns are capable of running.  

Also why Wyoming has very high to unlimited speed limit, its in their DNA.  :)

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loper
[ loh-per ]
noun
1. a person or thing that lopes, as a horse with a loping gait.
2. Also called draw runner, draw slip. Furniture. either of two runners coming forward to support a hinged leaf, as the slant front of a desk.
 
 
Nebraskans might THINK a loper is an antelope. But the dictionary says different.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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2 hours ago, NJDan said:
loper
[ loh-per ]
 
noun
1. a person or thing that lopes, as a horse with a loping gait.
2. Also called draw runner, draw slip. Furniture. either of two runners coming forward to support a hinged leaf, as the slant front of a desk.
 
 
Nebraskans might THINK a loper is an antelope. But the dictionary says different.
 
 
 
 
 
 

How does this compare/contrast to a prancer or a gallivanter?

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